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Old 05-04-2010, 09:14 PM
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Location: Port Orange, Florida
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I don't need to be fed but I find you seem to have scissors in your hand and deem anyone racist! I never mentioned race but if I do decide, FREE SPEECH !

You may have violated policy by deeming me racist and giving false staements!

My next forum will ask the question of race related issues, see you there!
Who called you racist? Who mentioned race or racist?
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Old 05-05-2010, 12:36 AM
 
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I don't need to be fed but I find you seem to have scissors in your hand and deem anyone racist! I never mentioned race but if I do decide, FREE SPEECH !

You may have violated policy by deeming me racist and giving false staements!

My next forum will ask the question of race related issues, see you there!
None has outed you as a racist, or at least not in those terms. I am saying that 1950 Mississippi isn't as good a time as you make it out to be. I have to consider historical evidence of that. Jim Crow laws, a 14 year-old getting lynched for making a pass at a White female(not even touching her), in short, my life wouldn't be any good if I was in 1950 Mississippi. You are stating that 1950 Mississippi was better than 2010 Mississippi. I want you to explain how 1950 Mississippi would have been good for ME.
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Old 05-05-2010, 12:42 AM
 
Location: southern california
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and now we will have an unbiased non racial conversation about the state of mississippi driven by the OP's utter intellectual interest in the topic.

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Old 05-05-2010, 07:45 AM
 
Location: 60630
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I guess it depends who you are asking.
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Old 05-05-2010, 09:47 AM
 
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None has outed you as a racist, or at least not in those terms. I am saying that 1950 Mississippi isn't as good a time as you make it out to be. I have to consider historical evidence of that. Jim Crow laws, a 14 year-old getting lynched for making a pass at a White female(not even touching her), in short, my life wouldn't be any good if I was in 1950 Mississippi. You are stating that 1950 Mississippi was better than 2010 Mississippi. I want you to explain how 1950 Mississippi would have been good for ME.
I don't often agree with our Pirate friend, but he raises a valid point here. Hell, even Elvis left Mississippi.

Of course nowadays, Morgan Freeman happily lives there.
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Old 05-05-2010, 09:49 AM
 
Location: Strathclyde & Málaga
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I don't understand how a place and its people are supposed to move on from the past when people keep bringing up the past? Let it go and move on. Jeez do you not have other things that you could be doing with your time, is it that boring where you are??

This has been covered so many times, I'm even getting tired of these old questions.


Move forward, not backwards.
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Old 05-05-2010, 12:29 PM
 
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I don't often agree with our Pirate friend, but he raises a valid point here. Hell, even Elvis left Mississippi.

Of course nowadays, Morgan Freeman happily lives there.
There weren't alot of opportunities in Mississippi during that time(at least not as many as in many urban areas in other states). Elvis left before 1950. He went to the projects of Memphis. My grandparents left too.
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Old 05-05-2010, 06:39 PM
 
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Who called you racist? Who mentioned race or racist?
Okay, you said look at the past "AGENDA" and posts! I guess I only should know what you mean?

Let me ask you, why if you don't like my posts, why do you reply???
Please, NWS, don't reply to me or my posts, okay?

By the way, MISTER, I think race is an issue not here just on EARTH but in our universe, do you not agree? Sorry, you might be of the female Earth species so please negate Mister!

As for the state of MISSISSIPPI, I think by the stats in 1950 will agree with me the state was a better place than today! You surely had what they called LAW and ORDER!

Wait, perhaps being segregated means WHITES were criminals, right?

I don't think so. ALL BLACK MISSISSIPPI lived in houses, went to school, ate in restaurants, shopped and even had their own "ALL COLOREED SCHOOLS" but I that generation is gone. Today Mississippi boasts more elected Black politicians than many northern states so NWS, I was looking for responses from residents of the state to give me their perspective views and maybe I should have not been so direct with years!
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Old 05-05-2010, 06:43 PM
 
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I don't understand how a place and its people are supposed to move on from the past when people keep bringing up the past? Let it go and move on. Jeez do you not have other things that you could be doing with your time, is it that boring where you are??

This has been covered so many times, I'm even getting tired of these old questions.


Move forward, not backwards.
Yeah, but the AFRICAN AMERICANS ARE TIRED OF YOUR OLD AND OUTDATED STATE FLAG WHICH REPRESENTS A CONFEDERATE PAST!!!
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Old 05-05-2010, 06:50 PM
 
Location: New Orleans, United States
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Wait, perhaps being segregated means WHITES were criminals, right?

I don't think so. ALL BLACK MISSISSIPPI lived in houses, went to school, ate in restaurants, shopped and even had their own "ALL COLOREED SCHOOLS" but I that generation is gone. Today Mississippi boasts more elected Black politicians than many northern states so NWS, I was looking for responses from residents of the state to give me their perspective views and maybe I should have not been so direct with years!
Wow, is this serious or am I supposed to find this funny in some twisted way?
That "better quality 1950s Mississippi" is the exact reason nobody wants to deal with MS to this day despite how far it may have come since then.
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